Sandy Springs OTP

Sandy Springs OTP is just a short drive away from ITP towns but still maintains its own distinct charm and character.

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Welcome to Sandy Springs (Outside The Perimeter)

Featuring great schools and a plethora of green space.
Most of Sandy Springs is located outside of the I-285 perimeter and offers both city and suburban-style living. Homes are varied and range from simple ranch-style houses to more elaborate multi-million-dollar estates. Popular neighborhoods include Aberdeen Forest, The Branches, The Enclave at Jett Ferry, Mt. Vernon Walk, and Londonberry. Condos and townhomes are also scattered throughout.
Offering a suburban existence, Sandy Springs OTP is just a short drive away from ITP towns but still maintains its own distinct charm and character. There’s lots of green space here, and properties are quite expansive. 
Parks like the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area are plentiful, and shopping centers like The Prado or CityWalk offer a wide range of places to shop, eat, or grab a cup of coffee. Sandy Springs is home to one of the nation’s best facilities when it comes to tennis, and many residents enjoy getting involved in community events like the Sandy Springs Festival.

What to Love

  • Recreational space and city-owned parks
  • An abundance of retail
  • Quiet, secluded neighborhoods

People & Lifestyle

Sandy Springs has been called one of the best places for families to live in the country by several publications, and it is also a great place to work, thanks to an array of large corporate headquarters and medical institutions.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

Dining options abound in Sandy Springs OTP. Local favorites include The Select ATL, an Art Deco-inspired restaurant plating modern European cuisine; Flower Child, serving vegetarian, vegan, and paleo fare; Breadwinner Cafe & Bakery, a bright, counter-service spot known for its bread, sandwiches, soups, and salads; and Mellow Mushroom, a funky, art-filled chain pizzeria featuring craft beer, calzones, and creative stone-baked pizzas.

Things to Do

At the Sandy Springs Farmers Market, which opens in April and runs through November, a unique selection of vendors set up shop, providing an open-air opportunity to purchase fresh produce and artisan foods. 
Hosted each September, the Sandy Springs Festival and Pet Parade take place in the heart of the city at Heritage Green. Expect art, music, entertainment, activities for kids, a Chalk Walk sidewalk art competition, and more.
Located in the heart of Atlanta’s Northern Business District, Sandy Springs Tennis Center boasts 24 lighted courts and is home to over 130 USTA and ALTA teams. The Center hosts a large number of sanctioned tournaments and offers instructional programs suited for all levels and age groups.
30-acre Morgan Falls Park includes picnic pavilions, a playground, boat dock, hiking trail, fire pit, porch swings, and scenic views. Hammond Park includes a gymnastics center, playgrounds, two lighted tennis courts, outdoor basketball courts, and two picnic pavilions. 
Opened in 2018, Sandy Springs’ newly developed city center, City Springs, offers residents and visitors a vibrant place to play. It houses the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center, which comprises two theaters.


Sandy Springs OTP is home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
  • Heards Ferry
  • Riverwood 
  • Mount Veron 
  • Holy Innocents 
  • Webber School 
  • Davis Academy 

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